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The Lantern Community, Living, working and sharing together

The Lantern Shop
  • Fair trade gifts from around the world
  • Quality wooden toys & children's games
  • Fresh Organic bread baked
  • Organic Whole Foods
  • Lavera & Weleda Organic body care
  • Lavera Organic Make-up
  • Weleda Medicines
  • Organic/Biodynamically plants from our nursery
  • Gardens to walk & picnic in
  • Free Parking
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A rich and varied life, with opportunities for everyone to take part


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The Lantern Community Vision

In The Lantern Community excellence in social care is embedded in holistic Camphill values and practices. We create life-enhancing opportunities for adults with Learning Disabilities who value and support each other to achieve their full potential by living, learning and working together. 

The Lantern Community aims to provide a home life, fulfilling work, friendship, social interaction, opportunities for personal growth, adult education and cultural and spiritual inspiration for adults with a learning disability. This takes place in a community which develops from the mutual support that each individual gives and receives.

 

 

Latest News

  • 27 February 2015RIBA AWARDSDear All I am so excited to share with you that the Lantern Craft Buildings have been  nominated for a south west RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) award. Out of 48 buildings we have been shortlisted along with 15 others. The buildings will be judged on 24th March.     Best wishes, Emma   THE SEMINAR AND OUR
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  • 20 February 2015MORNING GATHERINGS BY WILLOW END COTTAGEWillow End’s morning gatherings began with snow after Candlemas Day. It was as if the weather put on its best St Bride’s dress! The companions and co-workers in Willow End had worked on a play about St Bride, in her white dress, receiving her blue cloak full of stars from Mary, to wrap the Christ